canada-flagHi There!  My name is Jeff Goebel, and I’m the guy who created Frogstar.com over 20 years ago.  I’m friendly and always willing to say HI and answer questions.  If you see me in the webcam below, feel free to say Hi.

WARNING: The webcam may contain nudity and gross actions that offend or disgust you.

These are some of my blog postings, many of which are first drafts complete with all the non-proofread errors. 

How I became a Sidekick

My name is Richard, and this isn't really my story, but it's such a great story, it needs to be told and since I'm the only other person on Earth that know it, the task falls to me. In a way, I feel a bit like Dr Watson, who wrote all the adventures of his best friend...

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No Internet Blogging

When the Internet is down, the email editor seems to be the best way to blog. It still works like an editor with spellcheck and copy and paste. It seems almost everything else won't even load without the Internet. I have the Wordpress app on Windows and I thought it...

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I had a great hospital meeting with a friend today. A better friend today than he was yesterday. He not only allowed me to do virtually all of thentalking, but he seemed to relish in it and at thend end, comment he felt it was a rewarding experience. I used my...

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Our Dream

Somethig that frustrates me in this new connected world is that we can see tonnes of cool people but they're not in my city. Any future for me is digital and virtual.  I've never had great success with online friends. They last till they don't. I suppose I could look...

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As my pump gently beats.

... but mother, I don't like beets. My father had only one rule about food, no two. No beets Clean your plate. It was a thing. Something to remember because only having one thingf you won't eat, is a strong way to say you'll eat anything. Neat dad memory to start off...

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Weekend Update

It's been a while since I've written and all of a sudden I decided now was a good time. I sat at my desk staring at my screen knowing I have several tasks to do. Not really too many for an average worker, but tasks with a deadline and priority are always a bit...

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It has to start somewhere.

There is an old saying; if you have to start somewhere, it might as well be here. It wasn't referring to blogging. In my case, more sickness and poor health may be on the way, or so goes the path of my imagination at the slightest sign. On day 10 of my hospital...

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Don’t choose a company. Find good people.

Recently, while spending some time in the hospital with an oxygen tube in my nose, I changed a few perspectives. Near death experiences tend to do that. I maintained my customer satisfaction because I was able to continue respeonding to support requests and emails....

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I wish I’d known that yesterday.

Today hit the completion of the seven days in a hospital, and although there is no pain minimum discomfort, I am leaving with some amazing wisdom that will help me in the future. Every single day here, I had at least one open mouth wow moment of joy that caused me...

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I remember thye origin stories of the weirdest things

I remember visually where I was standing when I first heard the CBC Radio announcer describing this piece of music he was about to play. It wasn't so much music like a song, but a tone. Somebody had invented, or discovered this tone that sounded like it was rising...

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